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The F91 Dudelange separates from Crasson

Following the stoppage of the competition and the freezing of the classification of BGL Ligue, the club of the Forge du Sud does not win a European ticket for next season. A situation which costs its place to its Belgian trainer, according to our colleagues of the Last Hour.

Jean-François COLIN

Following the stoppage of the competition and the freezing of the classification of BGL Ligue, the club of the Forge du Sud does not win a European ticket for next season. A situation which costs its place to its Belgian trainer, according to our colleagues of the Last Hour.

Propelled firefighter on duty last September to replace his compatriot Emilio Ferrera just days from a European trip to Cyprus, the Belgian Bertrand Crasson (48 years old) ultimately remained only seven months at the head of F91 Dudelange. Sure that the former Anderlechtois and Neapolitan will remember this strange season, which sees the defending champion finish fifth with 26 points, following the final cessation of competition decreed by the FLF last week.

Concretely, and despite a crazy rise of seven places, this means that Dudelange will not perform on the European scene next season. This absence is synonymous with sacred shortfall for the club, qualified twice in recent seasons for the pools of the Europa League. This season, the F91 even managed to win four units, thanks to a success (3-4) at APOEL Nicosia and a draw (1-1) at Qarabag.

To succeed Crasson, the name of Carlos Fangueiro (43), dismissed by the Union Titus Pétange on March 10, circulates insistently. Unless the choice is on the old international Dan Theis (52), currently stationed at Swift Hesperange, another club in the Flavio Becca galaxy, which has just been promoted to the BGL Ligue. On the other hand, the Forge du Sud Youth Academy welcomes Arno Bonvini (44), the former charioteer of US Mondorf, who decided to step back from coaching a first team.


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